14 Laundry Detergent Bottle Crafts
Repurpose laundry detergent bottles and learn what you can make with detergent bottles, laundry scoops, lids, and more!
With these laundry detergent bottle crafts, you'll make gorgeous home decor, cute crafts for the little ones, and fabulous storage solutions! It's amazing what you can make out of bottles you've already used for household chores.
Below, discover some of the most beautiful and useful ways to reuse laundry detergent bottles. There are multiple ideas below for how to make a lamp out of recycled materials, and as a special bonus, learn how you can repurpose the scoops and lids, too! We have two laundry detergent scoops crafts below and one lovely way to make the most of your detergent cap. You'll use every part of the bottle when you explore the crafts below!
If you've never crafted with recycled materials, you're in for a treat! Recycled crafts aren't just for kids. Find some fantastic ideas to improve your home life with the tutorials below.
Can you recycle laundry detergent bottles?
This is an important question to begin with! Yes, you can recycle laundry detergent bottles because they are made out of #2 plastic, which is recycleable. But just because they're recycleable doesn't mean they aren't excellent for crafting! We have tons of project ideas on our site for what to make with recycled materials such as soda cans, water bottles, toilet paper rolls, and more!
Speaking of plastic you can't recycle, pill bottles can only be recycled in specific instances. So instead of throwing them in the trash, explore our list ofPill Bottle Crafts: Reuse Pill Bottles [15 Ideas]
Laundry Detergent Bottle Crafts
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Camping Hack: Turn a Headlamp into a Lantern: This amazing tutorial is such a great idea for the next time you go camping! Using a headlamp is perfect for camping trips, but while you're sitting around the fire or otherwise not moving around, take off that headlamp and make a lantern from a detergent bottle.
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Plastic Jug Light Fixture
Plastic Jug Light Fixture: This project can be done using a variety of plastic jugs. The designer suggests using a jug of vinegar or windshield wiper fluid, but a regular container from your laundry detergent should work, too! Add a unique modern flair to your lighting with this project.
Repurposed Plastic Jug Flower Garlands
Repurposed Plastic Jug Flower Garlands: These flowers can be made with thinner plastic like milk jugs or with the plastic from your laundry bottles! Permanent markers and scissors are your main materials for this easy, pretty craft.
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The Greenhouse Space Saver
Stylish Detergent Bottle Watering Can
Cool Beach Buckets and Scoops
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Laundry Detergent Scoops Crafts
Recycled Laundry Scoop Christmas Scene
Recycled Laundry Scoop Christmas Scene: Learn how to turn the transluscent plastic Christmas scoops into the most darling Christmas scene! These scools would make the perfect ornaments to give everyone on your list this year.
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Laundry Detergent Caps Crafts
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